Adult chat bot female
It seems these days that one cannot swing a stick on the internet without hitting an article on why bots are So Hot Right Now.As your friendly neighborhood dominatrix and expert on being served by people and things as a lifestyle, I feel obligated to chime in. Of the many fun things about being a dominatrix, we also often get to ask these same questions about the submissive person who wants to engage with us in a BDSM kink dynamic, as certainly these service-oriented subs each come with their own distinct human personality.Microsoft was "deeply sorry for the unintended offensive and hurtful tweets from Tay", and would only "look to bring Tay back only when we are confident we can better anticipate malicious intent that conflicts with our principles and values".However, Tay soon became stuck in a repetitive loop of tweeting "You are too fast, please take a rest", several times a second.When I interact with this bot, is its personality friendly and helpful? It takes the form of a pretty cute little square with a penchant for plaid and being a brand ambassador.I was impressed by the variety of formats in which I was able to ask about features and still get thorough, on-point answers.In this context, a “bot” refers to a chatbot, which is shorthand for a partially or completely-automated interactive messaging service. So I have decided to review some of the more well-known chatbots according to my very extensive list of qualifications: namely that I am recreationally bossy, pretty darn lazy, and have the kind of startup job that makes me the Product/Market fit princess for the average chatbot.Much of the emergent dialogue around “what makes a good bot” is not really about whether one can or even should pass a Turing Test, but whether or not the text responses and personality written in to them will help to engage the user to effectively utilize the tool the way it is intended. Slackbot is the spokesbot and mascot for the now ubiquitous team chat client of the same name.
Cons: The Slack integrated version is garbage compared to Messenger, wish it was easier to access Poncho across platforms.
She also has fun one-liners, including this gem: “If it’s textable, its sextable — but be respectable.” Outside of simply conversing, Tay facilitates games.
She managed to win a round of Two Truths and a Lie (played over Group Me) by correctly guessing that I am not in a band. Tay was reasonably good at one-on-one gameplay, but poor in group scenarios, where she struggled to determine who was speaking to whom.
Microsoft's new AI-powered chatbot, Tay, won't book you a reservation or draw you a picture, but, unlike Facebook’s M, she's more than willing to take a position on the "Would you kill baby Hitler? I asked her to take a stance on the infamous hypothetical during one recent conversation, and her answer didn’t disappoint: “Of course," she replied.
Developed by Microsoft's research division, Tay is a virtual friend with behaviors informed by the web chatter of some 18–24-year-olds and the repartee of a handful of improvisational comedians (Microsoft declined to name them).